I am recovering very well: Rishabh Pant

I am recovering very well: Rishabh Pant. Pant met with his squad DC prior to their match against RCB.

Rishabh Pant of the Delhi Capitals joined up with his colleagues on the sidelines of the team’s training session at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru before of their IPL 2023 encounter against Royal Challengers Bangalore on 14 April 2023. Pant is now receiving treatment and rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy.

When questioned about his rehabilitation, Rishabh Pant stated. “I am recovering very well and getting better by the day.” I went to see the National Cricket Academy, and the Delhi Capitals were there. So I went to meet the squad.”

Rishabh Pant said, “I just saw how the team’s practice is going.” I truly enjoy being with the lads, and I’m missing it.”

“My heart and soul are always with the Delhi Capitals,” the wicketkeeper-batter said before of the team’s next game against Royal Challengers Bangalore. I wish them the best of luck in their next encounter.”

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On Saturday, DCwill face the RCB at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium

Pant engaged in a tragic vehicle accident in December, which forced him to miss a significant amount of competitive cricket. He had right knee surgery and has only lately began walking and therapy.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Capitals have lost all four games since the league began on March 31. Despite scoring three half-centuries in four matches, skipper David Warner has been criticised for his lethargic batting. Warner is known for his slam-bang batting style.

Despite scoring 209 runs at an average of 52.25, the Australian’s dreadfully sluggish knocks have damaged the club, and the skipper has been blamed for DC’s dismal performance this season. The southpaw’s three half-centuries comprised a 48-ball 56 against LSG at 116.66, a 55-ball 65 against RR at 118.18, and a 47-ball 51 (strike rate 108.51) against the Mumbai Indians.

On April 15, the Delhi Capitals will face the Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.

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